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You're a special snowflake then. Good for you,but it really does not change reality.

What reality? Your reality? The reality of your bedroom? After all the crap you've spewed here, you're accusing ME of not seeing the REALITY of the world we live in?

Are you even serious? Because I don't see any coherence behind this childish mockery of yours.
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So everything is legal as long as it's not pursued?

Legal implies that a procedure itself is lawful. It's neither legal or illegal, but can be pursued as illegal.
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Legal implies that a procedure itself is lawful. It's neither legal or illegal, but can be pursued as illegal.

You're contradicting yourself. Like the definition for legal states, "allowed by the law". How is doing something that's not allowed by the law (read: illegal) suddenly neither until it's pursued?
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You're contradicting yourself. Like the definition for legal states, "allowed by the law". How is doing something that's not allowed by the law (read: illegal) suddenly neither until it's pursued?

Just as something can be pursued as legal. This obviously can not be pursued as legal.

Law itself is full of contradiction. It's where loopholes are placed, if you made a Micky Mouse cake for a friend's child's birthday you can be pursued as illegally copying copywritten material. Even if you made it by hand. Fan art is a product that challenges legal or illegal copying of copywritten material.

Same with Let's Play videos.
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Pirating software is theft. Software is tangible data written on various mediums tangible by computers and other devices.

Just because you aren't taking a floppy disc labeled "Wolfenstien 3D" doesn't mean you aren't stealing if you pirate a game. You are taking data that doesn't belong to you and using it. Regardless of medium that data isn't truly intangible, it is just stored in a digital medium.
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Just as something can be pursued as legal. This obviously can not be pursued as legal.

Law itself is full of contradiction. It's where loopholes are placed, if you made a Micky Mouse cake for a friend's child's birthday you can be pursued as illegally copying copywritten material. Even if you made it by hand. Fan art is a product that challenges legal or illegal copying of copywritten material.

Same with Let's Play videos.

That's still illegal. The only difference is many of those would be considered unenforced laws: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unenforced_law Like it being illegal to own more than six dildos in the state of Texas.
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Pirating software is theft. Software is tangible data written on various mediums tangible by computers and other devices.

Just because you aren't taking a floppy disc labeled "Wolfenstien 3D" doesn't mean you aren't stealing if you pirate a game. You are taking data that doesn't belong to you and using it. Regardless of medium that data isn't truly intangible, it is just stored in a digital medium.

You didn't even read the thread. Piracy is copyright infringement, NOT theft. Legally they are NOT the same thing. Even if you consider a string of binary code to be tangible, in the sense that there are electrons trapped inside a magnetic disk or flash cells, these electrons do not constitute the data, their arrangement does, and this arrangement can be copied integrally in other forms, even on paper or as pits in a plastic disc.

So by definition, this arrangement is NOT tangible, because if it were, it couldn't EXIST in two places at the same time in one universe. Secondly, by pirating, you are COPYING this arrangement, not deleting or in any way subtracting the original data, making what you just said doubly absurd.

I'm not, in this instance, criticizing your notion of piracy as theft, but the nonsensical reasoning.
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And that's enough.

We're down to opinions where nobody is going to change the mind of the other side plus we're quite far away from the original topic of Denuvo drm.

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